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The Inclusive Community of Christ (?)

A sermon by Jacob Dye, a pre-ministerial student at Emory & Henry College, delivered on  Sunday, February 25, 2018, the Second Sunday in Lent & Greek Sunday, a the Emory United Methodist Church Text:  Genesis 17:1-7,15-16; Mark 8:31-38        Before I get started this morning, I do realize that with today being Greek Sunday, there are people in … Continue reading

A Story 140 Years in the Making: by James Dawsey

Originally appearing in the Emory & Henry Alumni Magazine Posted on: Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by Monica Hoel Renato Nascimento and Emory & Henry’s 140 Years of Missionary Service: By Dr. James Dawsey             Former Emory & Henry College student Renato Nascimento spent five days during November 2014 on a mission trip to an orphanage … Continue reading

AN EARLY CHRISTIAN FEMINIST?

There are passages in the New Testament that portray radical equality between women and men (cf. Gal. 3:28).  We also see hints of the significant roles played by women in the early church.  The Gospels portray women among Jesus’ closest followers, faithful even in the face of the disciples’ abandonment of Jesus (cf. Mt. 27:55-56, 28:1-10; … Continue reading

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